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Initial posting date: 07/14/2022 application deadline: 07/21/2022 agency: oregon housing and community services salary range: $5,986 - $8,813 position type: employee position title: srHomeownership development program analyst (pa4) - limited duration job description: oregon housing & community services srHomeownership development program analyst – limited duration [program analyst 4] salem, or oregon housing and community services (ohcs) is looking for a person to take on a leadership position who has a passion to address helping low-income oregonians, identify safe, decent, and affordable housing options across the stateIf you have the passion to make a different in other people’s lives, we want you to come and grow with us and apply for the limited duration srHomeownership development program analyst position today!
This position is a remote work position, with the understanding that in person work, meeting and trainings may be required.
This recruitment will be used to establish a list of qualified applicants to fill the current vacancy and may be used to fill future vacancies as they occur.
This is a limited duration, grant/project (ld), position that may become permanent depending on fundingLd appointments are benefits eligibleThe anticipated end date of this ld is: 06/30/2023.
The “Apply Now” section of the announcement contains the required information for your application to be consideredIncomplete applications submitted will be removed from the recruitment process.
What you will do the person in this position will serve as ohcs authority and technical expert for the homeownership development program, a state program that utilizes proceeds from sources to be determined to develop affordable homeownership housing for lower income oregoniansResponsibilities include creating, planning, directing and managing the homeownership development program and deliverables, by initiating policy and on-going policy changes to meet the changing community needs and financing environment in conformance with ohcs goals and objectives; responding to legislative mandates; ensuring that the program supports the statewide housing plan and ensuring compliance with state requirements to mitigate risk to ohcs; updating/writing program guidelines, policies, administrative rules and procedures, as needed; reviewing and updating changes to statuteThe responsibility also includes updating all written materials, which describe the use and purpose of the homeownership development program, including notice of funds available (nofa), program fact sheets, web site description and other program materials on an as needed basisThe position will coordinate and manage all aspects of the annual nofa processThe homeownership development program intersects with other federal and state affordable housing programsThe homeownership development program manager collaborates with other internal program managers, section staff, as well as external stakeholdersConducts research and uses creative problem solving to build effective partnerships and resolve issues in the development of affordable housingEssential job functions: all performed with an equity & racial justice lens program management and administration: position is responsible for overall administration (compliance) of the homeownership development program,
Serves as ohcs program authority for the homeownership development program.
Building collaborative partnerships
Lead work groups to created and determine best use of homeownership development funds
Additional program coordination
In addition to homeownership development activities, the homeownership development senior program analyst’s role in the development of affordable homeownership includes having a basic knowledge of all the funds offered by the department to develop affordable homeownership projects.
Other duties as assigned by the manager.
Research program or problem-specific issues and provides options for solutions to issuesGathers data on a given problem to present to finance committee and administratorsResearch for section leadership or administration what points of a specific issue need to be considered before a solution can be determined.
What’s in it for you you will become part of an innovative and strategic group of professionals and enjoy a competitive salary and benefits package!
Salary range: $5986.00 - $8813.00
A positive environment that offers opportunities for career growth and cross-training.
An agency that supports and encourages work/life balance and overall wellness.
Generous benefits package including, employer-paid health insurance, vacation and sick leave, eleven paid holidays, three paid personal days, flexible spending accounts, and an employer contribution retirement plan ( pers ).
Ohcs commits to inclusive excellence by advancing equity and diversity in all that we doWe are an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, lgbtq+ community members, and others to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive communityRecruitment timeline
Recruitment closes: 7/21/2022
Recruiter screening for minimum qualifications: 7/22/2022
Hiring manager screening for requested skills: 7/25/2022
1st round of interviews: week of 8/01/2022
2nd round of interviews: tbd if needed
Anticipated start date : 8/15/2022
*these dates are approximate and may change* what we’re looking for (requested skills) the most competitive candidates will possess the following requested skills, experience, and knowledge:
Experience in new program development, specifically to housing and homeownership.
Ability to work cooperatively with the homeownership division on homeownership development projects for underwriting and long-term monitoringTo advise internal and external customers at the local, state, and federal level concerning proposed program information
Experience composing and updating manuals, rules, applications, and forms for the program.
Ability to create reporting strategies that show results of the program so that legislative members and ohcs stakeholders will be aware of the significance and public good of the programDevelops and provides annual reports to applicable agencies.
Clear, concise, and professional written and verbal communication skills.
Handle multiple priorities and projects and remain flexible and creative in a fast-moving environment.
Demonstrated awareness of race and social justice, including the ability to positively influence equity, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace.
This position will work with culturally specific organizations and a second language is preferred.
Minimum qualifications we recognize that your time is valuableWe will be looking for the following minimum qualifications in addition to the skills listed above: a bachelor`s degree in business or public administration, behavioral or social sciences, or a degree related to the agency program that demonstrates the capacity for the knowledge and skills; and five years’ experience coordinating or administering a program
Any combination of experience or education equivalent to eight years of experience that typically supports the knowledge and skill requirements listed for the classificationTo request a copy of the position description, please contact: email@example.com we will use the requested skills and minimum qualifications listed under the “ what we are looking for ” section above to determine whom to interviewPlease make sure the skills and minimum qualifications you possess are clearly demonstrated in your application materialsApply Now
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Who we are oregon housing and community services (ohcs) is oregon’s housing finance agencyWe provide financial and program support to create and preserve opportunities for quality, affordable housing for oregonians of lower and moderate incomeOur vision is that all oregonians can pursue prosperity and to live free from povertyAcross oregon, housing has emerged as a paramount concernThe lack of available housing, high rents and high home prices are driving rapid increases in housing instability and homelessnessThe data is clear: too many oregonians are without a safe, stable, and affordable place to call homeThe statewide housing plan is a bold new agenda that articulates how oregon housing and community services will pave the way for more oregonians to have access to stable housing opportunities necessary for self-sufficiencyIt lays the foundation for ohcs to be a data- and research-driven organization and proposes a new way of collaborating and focusing resources and energy to address the most pressing housing issues facing oregon todayOur plan lays out ambitious goals to increase access of housing, including goals and strategies to prevent and address homelessnessHomeownership division the homeownership division consists of four sections, each driven by the central goal of engaging low to moderate income oregonians who wish to attain or retain homeownershipOur offerings bring stability to families by supporting homebuyer and homeowner financial education and foreclosure counseling, programs that provide mortgage assistance or health and safety repairs as well as developing an array of affordable housing opportunities for oregonians by facilitating the financing and development of homes for homeownershipWe use an equity and racial justice lens in all of our programming, policies and operations in order to tear down systematic housing barriers and assist in creating opportunitiesStriving to meet our statewide housing plan goal of closing the homeownership gap in underserved communities, we purposefully focus on the role of housing and homeownership, as homeownership has been proven to historically create stability and promote equity and generational wealth-buildingHomeownership programs section: partnering with homeownership centers across oregon, we provide funding through the homeownership assistance program (hoap) for low to moderate income families seeking financial counseling, first-time homebuyer education, down payment assistance and foreclosure counselingExpanding homeownership opportunities through development, we are establishing a cohort program in support of culturally specific organizations who will lead homeownership development projects whose models will be driven by the needs of their communitiesHomeownership lending section: facilitating financing by the development and oversight of mortgage lending programs and products to assist low to median income oregon homebuyersThe lending section currently encompasses the oregon bond residential loan program and the flex lending programLeveraging both mortgage revenue bonds and the mbs markets allows us to assist more oregonians achieve the goal of homeownership than ever beforeManufactured housing section: identifying creative solutions to expand housing options by preserving and improving manufactured dwelling parks, replacing aging and inefficient manufactured homes through affordable gap financing, and collaborating with stakeholders to develop policies and resources that support manufactured housing residentsThe manufactured and marina community resource center provides assistance to residents and landlords of manufactured dwelling parks and marina communities in order to promote cooperative community relationshipsHomeownership assistance and stabilization section: the homeowner assistance fund (haf) provides financial assistance for low to moderate income oregonians who experienced financial hardship related to the coronavirus pandemic, preserving homeownership through mortgage reinstatement by curing delinquent mortgages and/or assisting with future payments, haf also connects struggling homeowners to housing counselors and legal aid servicesHaf replaces the very successful mortgage assistance program funded by the hardest hit funds after the last recession.
Why join us ohcs values a diverse and culturally competent workforceWe stand by our commitment to being an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization that does not discriminate against applicants of a protected class, including disability status and veteran statusWe encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds, who promote diversity, and inclusion join our agency.
Our vision is that all oregonians can pursue prosperity and live free from poverty.
Our mission is to provide stable and affordable housing and engage leaders to develop integrated statewide policy that addresses poverty and provides opportunity for oregonians.
Our core values: collaboration – compassion – equity – integrity – leadership – transparency.
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The salary listed is the non-pers qualifying salary rangeIf the successful candidate is pers qualifying, the salary range will reflect an additional 6.95%Please review the classification and compensation page for more details.
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Finalists will be subject to a computerized criminal history checkAdverse background data may be grounds for immediate disqualification.
Work authorization: ohcs does not offer visa sponsorshipWithin three days of hire, applicants will be required to complete i-9 documentation and confirm authorization to work in the united statesIf your employment authorization and documentation is contingent on sponsorship now or in the future, you will not meet das employment eligibility standards.
Veteran’s preference: eligible veterans who meet the qualifications will be given veterans` preferenceFor further information, please see the following website: veterans resources , or call oregon department of veterans` affairs at: 1-800-692-9666 note: if claiming veterans’ preference please be sure to check your workday account for pending tasks or actions under your “my applications” section.
Employee is required to possess and maintain a valid driver’s license issued by the state where the employee resides or provide an acceptable alternate mode of transportation.
If you are selected to move forward in this recruitment, please be aware that the hiring team may incorporate an assessment into the recruitment processAdditional details on the assessment will be sent to those who are eligible and selected to move forward.
Helpful links & resources oregon job opportunities webpage | how to set job alerts workday applicant faq | what you need to know to get the job pay equity information & resources to learn more about oregon housing and community services, visit our website: https://www.oregon.gov/ohcs/pages/index.aspx
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